Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008–2015)
- A Four Part arc about Obi-Wan and Anakin on Utapau finding out about a secret weapons deal between the Sumi Weapons dealers and General Grevious, the weapon turns out to be a giant crystal, ones like it later go on to power the Death Star. The Episode titles are "A Death on Utapau", "In Search of the Crystal", "Crystal Crisis", and "The Big Bang". These episodes were uploaded to Star Wars.Com in September of 2014 and are free to watch on the website. The animation, however, is not finished.
- A Four Episode story about Captain Rex teaming up with a group of mutant super soldier clones known as The Bad Batch, to go to Skako Minor and save a fallen comrade. The episodes are "The Bad Batch", "A Distant Echo", "On the Wings of Keeridaks" and "Unfinished Business". The premiered at a Star Wars convention in early 2015 and were released online soon afterward. Like the above arc, they are unfinished.
- Another four episode story in which Darth Maul's followers free him from prison and a war breaks out between the masters of the dark side. These episodes are "The Enemy of my Enemy", "A Tale of Two Apprentices", "Proxy War", and "Showdown on Dathomir", all four episodes were released in comic book form as Darth Maul" Son of Dathomir, however they were heavily abridged due to length issues, and only being given one issue per episode, so fights such as Darth Maul vs. Mace Windu and Aayla Secura, Count Dooku vs Obi-Wan and Tiplar, and Darth Maul vs. General Grievous were all heavily cut down and abridged.
- An Eight Episode arc about Quinlan Vos teaming up with Asajj Ventress to assassinate Count Dooku, only to fall in love with her and become dangerously close to the dark side. The eight Episodes were ""Lethal Alliance", "The Mission", "Conspirators", Dark Disciple", "Saving Vos Part I", "Saving Vos Part II", "Traitor", and "The Path". These eight episodes were released in the novel Star Wars: Dark Disciple, however a scene in which Boba Fett and other bounty hunters would fight Count Dooku was cut for unknown reasons but an unfinished clip was shown at Celebration Anaheim and can be found online.
- Boba Fett, Cad Bane, Bossk, Embo, and more in a new bounty hunter arc inspired by The Searchers, with Bane observing Boba to finally resolve whether he or Jango was the better hunter. At Celebration Orlando in 2017 a clip from the arc was played, showing Boba, Bane, Bossk, Embo, Seripas, and Marrok in an empty town, Bane seems to be working for someone, holding an entire town hostage but Boba, Sugi, Seripas, and a new, unnamed Bounty Hunter, turned on them and tried to take them down. Sugi is hinted to have been killed by Embo and Bossk who in turn allow Boba to have a chance to shoot Bane, leading to a dramatic, western shoot out in which both Boba and Bane are shot, creating the dent in Boba's helmet and possibly killing Bane off. Boba also may have reclaimed the Slave 1 from Hondo.
-An arc about Ahsoka living after the Wrong Jedi Arc, including her getting swindled by a crooked salesman who sells her a broken used speeder. Filoni also hinted that Barriss Offee may have returned in this arc and the Pykes would have been heavily featured, but it's unknown how they would have been portrayed given their sympathetic portrayal in Dark Disciple. The arc would have revolved around her trying to learn how to survive out in the world outside the Jedi Temple, where she would have had a romantic relationship with a smuggler named Nix Okami and Kyle Newman , the director of Fanboys, would have appeared, voicing a Toong (one of Ben Quadrinaros' species).
- There would've been an arc revolving around Yoda and the Bad Batch working with the Wookies, to fend off Separatists and Trandosian invaders. There would've been much more mysticism involved including exploring the Wookiee's religious ties to the forests and the Wookiee elders summoning tree gods to help them fight the invaders and a conflict between the Bad Batch and the Wookies. Also the Kinrath from Knights of the Old Republic would have appeared only to be slaughtered by the Wookiees, because Dave Filoni always found them annoying.
- An arc that would have featured Anakin and Padme returning to Mon Cala and meeting up with Lee-Char, who no longer trusts the Republic after what happened to Ahsoka. The Separatist Quarren leader Tikkes would have been a major antagonist, having Nossor Ri assassinated. Padme would have also ridden a speeder bike at some point in the arc and would have focused on Padme losing her faith in the Republic, leading to the deleted sub-plot about the birth of the Rebellion in Revenge of the Sith. It's possible that the various traitorous senators such as Lott Dod would have been found out here.
- The 2016 Celebration Europe reveals that this would involve Ahsoka joining forces with Anakin and Obi-Wan while attempting to rescue/protect Yoda from factions in the Coruscant underworld attempting to assassinate him. This arc would have revealed the existence of a Sith Temple buried beneath the Jedi Temple (a detail confirmed by the novel Tarkin) which contained giant creatures that nearly attacked the surface, and a pseudo-duel between Ahsoka and Darth Sidious. Granted, the duel mainly consisted of Ahsoka attempting to lock down a holocron vault using her lightsaber as a makeshift welding torch while Palpatine uses the lightsaber as a conduit through which to blast her with force lightning, but awesome nevertheless. And the fact that, per the word of Lucasfilm, is that all of the unreleased episode scripts are still canon.
- Captain Rex had a story arc that was described as a 'Top Gun Clone Troopers' arc, which would involve him learning to fly an ARC-170, only to crash and become injured behind enemy lines with R2. It also would have focused on he and R2 working with a reprogrammed Super Battle Droid, which would be destroyed by the end of the arc and its death would effect Rex.
- An arc that would've been an arc that was to be a creepy and disturbing story using Alien Abduction tropes, similar to the ones used in The X-Files, possibly a Halloween special arc. Only the abducting alien would be the now non-canon race, the Yuuzhan Vong. They would have been slightly different from the old EU, however, as they wouldn't have been immune to the Force, as George Lucas disliked that aspect of them.
- The major one, the true series finale would have been "the Siege of Mandalore", continuously oft-referenced in Rebels. Ahsoka teams up with Bo-Katan and whatever Mandalorian loyalists remain of Death Watch, along with Korki and his friends, to retake Mandalore from Darth Maul once he returns after the events of Son of Dathomir. The Republic sends Anakin, Obi-Wan, and their respective clone units to lead the invasion to throw Maul off of Mandalore, this would have revealed that some Clone Troopers were fiercely loyal to Ahsoka, even painting her likeness on their helmets. But after the first episode of the arc, Yoda would have called them back to Coruscant to rescue Palpatine., as in Rebels state that she last saw Anakin running to save the Chancellor. Before they leave, Anakin has one last conversation with Ahsoka where he tells her how proud he is of her before giving her command of Rex and half of the 501st troopers under her command, all of whom bar Rex have painted their armor orange and white to match her facial markings in honor of her. Ahsoka would have dueled Darth Maul, and in some capacity, wins. When Order 66 goes down, the Clone Troopers pursuing her (except for Rex, who removed his control chip earlier on) are devoured by a "forest" of giant wolves. And the best part is that all of this (except maybe the wolves) is still canon.
- Other ideas included a jailbreak story, in which Boba Fett and other bounty hunters free the imprisoned Separatist leaders and a retelling of the Battle of Coruscant.